Hot tip: it's not trespassing if it's freshman orientation weekend. All the buildings are unlocked, empty, and full of high-brow #adventure#thedavincicode
The film ‘Amélie,’ starring Audrey Tautou, is the top-grossing French language film of all time. Following the film's success, Tautou went on to star in two American projects, ‘Dirty Pretty Things’ and ‘The Da Vinci Code.’ (Image via Photostore / Alamy)
this immediately reminds me of dan brown's novel #thedavincicode ; wish i have my dad with me while visiting and touching all of these in person. surreal moment in #paris , all good. so much beauty in one photo. merci!
#7december#adventcalendar The Robert Langdon films are a series of American mystery thriller movies directed by Ron Howard. The films focus on the eponymous professor, a fictional character appearing in a series of novels by author Dan Brown. The film series has a different chronological order than the novels, and consists of The Da Vinci Code (2006), Angels & Demons (2009) and Inferno (2016)
I absolutely love both the movies and the novels
1. Robert Langdon: Nobody hates history. They hate their own histories
2. Inspector Olivetti: Where did you get that paper? Vittoria Vetra: We borrowed it. Robert Langdon: [reading paper with magnifier] "From Santi's earthly tomb with demon's hole... Inspector Olivetti: Are you insane? Robert Langdon: ...Cross Rome the mystic elements unfold. The path of light is laid, the sacred test. Let angels guide thee on they lofty quest." Inspector Olivetti: You removed a document from the Vatican Archives? Robert Langdon: [points at Vittoria] She did
3. Robert Langdon: The greatest sins in human history have been committed in the name of love
Author Dan Brown named main character Robert Langdon after John Langdon, a close friend, and typography master, who worked with Brown on ambigram designs for his book "Angels & Demons", as well as the films. John Langdon also designed an ambigram that was used in Monkeyshine (2008).
Words can't describe how much I love this movie ksbdosjsksn 😻
I pity Silas sm though, he's such a lost soul in a world he doesn't belong in and that got convinced he was doing the work of God by a fraud :(
Special thanks to Instagram for ruining the quality 🙄
a—hmm hard one,, but I think The Da Vinci Code and The Hunger Games
Finished The Da Vinci Code and I loooooooved it! I was hooked after the first chapter. It was fast paced the whole way through and I’m just mad at myself for not reading this thing sooner!!!
I should probably watch the movie tonight..
For next week’s BOTW, I’m following @reesesbookclubxhellosunshine ‘s recommendation and will be reading The Last Mrs. Parrish by Liv Constantine!
It’s freezing here in Texas today, so I’m treating myself to some hot chocolate!
So close to finishing this book! I usually know what my next book will be by now, but I’m still on the fence between a couple 🤔